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  • That's Jason Momoa.

  • And that's his new show, and it's on Apple TV,

  • and it's called "See."

  • And I just said to him, you pick some difficult projects.

  • Explain what this is.

  • Well, this show is basically, from this point on,

  • there's a virus that spreads, and the human race loses sight.

  • So it's 600 years in the future, and everyone is blind.

  • And there's no speak of sight, and it's

  • a heresy to speak about it.

  • And then there's two children that are born with sight.

  • And they happen to be my children.

  • And from that point on, it's me trying

  • to keep my family together.

  • So everybody is blind.

  • You're blind, and obviously, everyone

  • has to wear these contact lenses.

  • No, we actually-- that was a digital.

  • Because, I mean, that'd be a lot of technicians on set.

  • And we'd all be bumping into each other.

  • I thought, oh, my God.

  • Seven months of no contact.

  • So they decided to do that digitally.

  • But we did have training for a solid month with a blind coach

  • and movement training.

  • And, you know, you got to fight differently,

  • because I can't look at someone when I'm fighting.

  • Right.

  • You had to fight blind?

  • Yeah.

  • So when they're swinging an ax at you,

  • you can't look at it to catch it.

  • You've got to-- it's gnarly.

  • You'll see the scenes.

  • I know.

  • That's a lot of training.

  • And then you're fighting a bear.

  • There's a bear that you had to get to know.

  • Episode 2, yeah.

  • It's a real-- there's no CGI on that one.

  • That's officially a 900 pound bear.

  • Right.

  • That you let grab something from your mouth.

  • Yeah.

  • It has to get to know you.

  • That's the way you do it?

  • Yeah.

  • If you want to get to know a bear,

  • you just put something in your mouth--

  • Just put a cookie in your mouth, and feed it with your mouth.

  • That's amazing that you let that-- were you scared?

  • Yeah.

  • But he's, like, it's going to be OK.

  • So you just trust the trainer.

  • Right.

  • You're just terrified.

  • It'd be great if Jason Momoa died today,

  • he got his face ripped off by bear.

  • How?

  • Well, he had a cookie in his mouth.

  • He had a cookie in his mouth.

  • I mean, it doesn't make any sense.

  • It's a lot.

  • It's amazing.

  • And no wonder you loved so much the project.

  • We have a little secret project, that you'll

  • see in December, that we did.

  • And Jason helped us out.

  • And that was beautiful, what you did.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you for doing that.

  • Absolutely.

  • And also, congratulations.

  • Your water comes out today.

  • That's right.

  • Where is it?

  • Here?

  • It's launching-- there it is.

  • Explain it.

  • So trying to get rid of plastic--

  • we need to get rid of plastic.

  • So this is water in aluminum cans,

  • so that there's no more plastic.

  • Absolutely.

  • So we just wanted to be able to stop single-use plastic.

  • And so now I can be able to get these on the airplanes

  • instead of having those little plastic bottles,

  • and try to stop it.

  • Good for you.

  • We're launching it here on your show.

  • All right.

  • Cheers.

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • All right.

  • "See" premieres this Friday on Apple TV+ Plus.

  • We'll be right back.

That's Jason Momoa.

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Jason Momoa on Blindly Fighting a Bear

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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